Translation of uncommunicative in Spanish:


poco comunicativo, adj.

Pronunciation /ʌnkəˈmjuːnɪkətɪv//ˌənkəˈmjunəkədɪv//ˌənkəˈmjunəˌkeɪdɪv/


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    poco comunicativo
    • It is this primal, often uncommunicative nature of those who work the land and the seas, and therefore make up a fair percentage of the rural male population, that is at the core of these suicide statistics.
    • At times she became profoundly withdrawn and totally uncommunicative; at other times she was wildly excited, violent, and destructive.
    • But he is still seen by others as being rather serious and uncommunicative in public, especially when compared to the imaginative, publicity friendly ‘man of the people’ Dyke.
    • … Was my father so uncommunicative that I couldn't ever picture him in any close relationship?
    • Hume wanted Specter to commit in advance to the proposition that a nominee's being only as uncommunicative as Ginsburg cannot justify a filibuster or even a ‘no’ vote.
    • Yair, only a year or two younger than Maya, has become distant and uncommunicative.
    • Went back to J & S's for a cup of tea and a chat, and I became largely uncommunicative due to burgeoning exhaustion…
    • Tolerance of long waiting times, lack of information, uncommunicative staff, and failures to seek patients' views and take account of their preferences is wearing thin.
    • Duncan, a precocious, affectionate child, had failed to live up to his academic potential, and had become withdrawn and uncommunicative.
    • And if Namibians themselves are irritated, then imagine the impressions of the visitor or tourist who almost always meets an unfriendly and uncommunicative face?
    • Remote and uncommunicative was their description as Whyte avoided the hoi polloi, preferring to spend time with the corporate elite.
    • The baby grows into a withdrawn, uncommunicative girl who is sent to a special school because no-one knows that she was born under a holy star that gives her supernatural powers, making her invaluable to the Satanic fraternity.
    • Philip Green, below, has a reputation for not being the easiest interviewee, but pity the poor soul who found him in uncommunicative mood when grilled by a financial website.
    • ‘We appear to be, my father and I, compulsively uncommunicative but articulate,’ she says when I ask her about this statement.
    • Mayfield saw that Arning, who was withdrawn and uncommunicative, quickly found a means of expression through drawing.
    • It was quite astonishing how uncommunicative he was.
    • Calce, 36, had troubles with the law in the past and was estranged from his parents, who proved uncurious about his uncommunicative state.
    • While for some, video games conjure up the image of the socially withdrawn and uncommunicative male, the milieu of video games is intensely social.
    • ‘She became really uncommunicative, angry with everybody and brutal to her mother,’ recalls Hardwicke.
    • But his usual easy-going charm seemed to have temporarily deserted him, and she found him terse, uncommunicative, clearly unsettled by her absence.